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The Supreme Court’s decision to strike down affirmative action has been met with both support and criticism, reflecting the ongoing debate surrounding the policy. Opponents argue that affirmative action is a form of reverse discrimination, as it allows for preferential treatment based on race or gender. They argue that it undermines the principle of meritocracy and perpetuates a system of unequal opportunity. Supporters, on the other hand, contend that affirmative action is necessary to address historical injustices and systemic inequalities. They argue that it promotes diversity and inclusion by leveling the playing field for marginalized groups.

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The Supreme Court’s ruling against affirmative action has significant implications for higher education and employment practices. It may lead to changes in admission policies, particularly in universities and colleges that have been using race-conscious admissions to promote diversity. Critics of the decision argue that it could result in less diversity on campuses and limit opportunities for underrepresented groups. Proponents, however, view it as a step towards a color-blind society, where individuals are judged solely on their merits and qualifications. The debate surrounding affirmative action will undoubtedly continue as the nation grapples with the complex issues of equality, fairness, and diversity. The best we can hope for is a hopeful uptick and migration of Top performers enrollment at HBCU’s.

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